B-Schools: You Don't Have to Wait

At many programs, having four to six years of work experience is no longer a prerequisite for gaining admission

When Jonathan Bankard decided to apply to Harvard Business School last year, the Brown University senior heard the same thing from pretty much everyone: "You won't get in." After all, they told him, everybody knows you need years of full-time work experience to get into business school.

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